James E. Creamer, Jr.

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Jim has been involved in most facets of wealth transfer planning, including gift, estate and generation skipping transfer tax planning, grantor trusts, insurance planning, business recapitalization and restructuring, charitable giving, and estate tax audits. Jim has served as primary counsel for a number of business owners and their businesses and has assisted them in developing strategies for growth and transition. He counsels clients regarding employment contracts, pre-marital agreements and asset protection planning. Jim also has been an active participant in various legislative efforts through the NC Bar Association’s legislative committee.


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Legislative Committee for the Estate Planning & Fiduciary Law Section of the North Carolina Bar Association

Forsyth County Bar Associations

American Bar Association (Real Property, Trust and Estate Law Section)

Areas of Practice (1)

  • Estate Planning and Administration

Education & Credentials

Contact Information:
704.997.7090  Phone
336.972.4610  Cell Phone
336-293-9030  Fax
University Attended:
University of Virginia, B.A., Government and History,, 1989
Law School Attended:
Wake Forest University, J.D., 1997
Year of First Admission:
1997, North Carolina

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Davidson, North Carolina

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